Chris is a native of Murray, Kentucky and graduate of Calloway County High School. He received a Bachelor's degree in criminal justice and minor in Spanish from Murray State University. During college and after, Chris worked for the Calloway County Sheriff's Office as a deputy and dispatcher. After he left the Sheriff's Office, Chris spent six years as a Probation and Parole Officer with the Kentucky Department of Corrections, where he supervised adult felony offenders in the community. Chris left the Department of Corrections in pursuit of a law degree at the Southern Illinois University School of Law. While in law school, he worked as a clerk for Calloway and Marshall County Circuit Judge Dennis Foust as well as Graves County Prosecutor David Hargrove. In 2014, Chris established his solo law practice in Murray. In June 2015, he joined the law firm of Haverstock, Bell and Pitman as an Associate. Chris left Haverstock, Bell and Pitman in 2017 to resume his solo law practice. Chris is licensed as an attorney in Kentucky and a member of the Kentucky Bar Association. He brings a wealth of experience to clients in need of criminal defense, most notably those facing probation and parole revocations. He looks forward to assisting clients with issues involving employment discrimination, civil rights, contracts, real estate, civil litigation, estate planning, divorce and child custody issues.